Who Are We?
Queen Anne Greenways is a group of neighbors like you who are working to make our streets safer and more comfortable for everybody.
Our community group works on projects North Queen Anne, West Queen Anne, East Queen Anne, and Uptown and we follow priorities set out in the Blueprint for a Bikeable and Walkable Queen Anne.
The best way to get involved is to sign up in the form below (or using this link).
You can also follow us online
MEETING LOCATIONS HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO CHANGE OR BE CANCELLED. PLEASE add your name and email to our contact list so we can notify you of any such occurrences. Simply send us a request at QAGreenways@comcast.net.
ALL GENERAL MEETINGS ARE PUBLIC. Meetings usually take place at the Queen Anne Public Library’s meeting room (when available)**. We are planning our regular 2016 meetings for: January, March, May, and September (and possibly October since we do not meet during Nov/Dec) on the 4th Tuesday of the month,6:30-7:45 PM. Special additional planning meetings may be scheduled, so definitely sign up for email notices and/or keep your eye on Facebook and Twitter!
We do not have membership or membership dues; we are simply neighbors who care about safe streets for all users of all ages and abilities. Come meet with us and help us shape the future of mobility in Queen Anne. Please join us as we continue working to make our neighborhood safer for residents and visitors of all ages who are walking, biking, and, yes, driving on and around Queen Anne.
FOR ACCURATE, UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ABOUT MEETINGS, PLEASE REFER TO OUR FACEBOOK PAGE (https://www.facebook.com/
**Alternate site is Bayview Retirement Community’s Kinnear Room (11 W Aloha St, Seattle, WA 98119)
- In construction.
- Crowd sourced mapping: We scouted and identified a crowd-sourced map of important walking and biking routes (see map below)
Below is an old crowd sourced map of routes that are important to creating a network of safe streets for people who walk and bike in our neighborhood.
View Queen Anne Greenway (Upper) in a larger map
Solid Green Line: Completed Greenway
Translucent Green: In progress/Greenway Funded
Red: Priority 1 Greenways to build next
Red Pin: Priority 1 intersections to build next
Narrow Purple Lines: Potential Greenway Routes (subject to change)
Purple Points: Potential Greenway intersection treatments
Wide Blue Lines: Cycle tracks and other expensive Low Stress infrastructure recommended